Shopping in the middle of school has now become more expensive, how much Americans are spending, here's how much

Students returning to school or college have many needs such as books, new clothes, shoes, a computer, or other electronics

Combined spending on school and college is expected to surpass 2021's record of $108.1 billion.

U.S. parents spent pre-pandemic spending per child at $519 in 2019, according to a 2022 Deloitte back-to-school survey.

In another measure of back-to-school spending, the National Retail Federation estimates that households will spend an average of $864 from 2022-2023.

Back-to-school spending per child is expected to increase by 8% from 2021 to an average of $661 per child.

Americans are spending more on back-to-school shopping.

Due to this shopping for school can quickly become expensive and out of budget.

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